Engineering students have pitted their skills against each other – by racing handmade soapbox cars.
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Law students have beaten their cross city rivals in a mock trial competition.
A North-east man has made his West End stage debut in the latest musical to hit London.
An Aberdeen university building is set to be renamed in honour of a noted campaigner for women’s interests.
The River Dee will come alive this weekend, as student rowers battle it out on the water tomorrow to claim glory at the 23rd annual Aberdeen Boat Race.
North-east school pupils have been certified “medicine safety champions” following a recent class.
Aberdeen business school joins world’s elite universities after being given accreditation from global body
An Aberdeen university has joined an elite group of business schools around the world to be accredited by a global body.
North-east tourism experts say Aberdeen’s hotel market is at last showing signs of bouncing back after a fraught few years since the oil price slump.
An Aberdeen university's nursery is warm, bright and airy for children, inspectors have said.
The head of an Aberdeen art school today spoke of her sadness that a city centre creative hub is set to close.
An Aberdeen trailblazer who helped women win the vote has been remembered a century after that momentous day.
A joint project is set to launch at two North-east universities.
Students have been caught cheating at North-east universities nearly 900 times in the last five years.
Oil experts today voiced “cautious optimism” for the future of the North-east industry as they looked back on the highs and lows of 2017.
Author Stuart MacBride proves he has the write stuff with honorary degree at Aberdeen graduation ceremony
It was a novel experience for bestselling author Stuart MacBride as he picked up an honorary degree at an Aberdeen graduation ceremony.
Not only did Aberdeen couple Graham Gordon, 35, and Elaine Anderson, 34, graduate from Robert Gordon University (RGU) on the same day – but they did so just two months after fulfilling another lifetime ambition to climb Mount Kilimanjaro.
North-east university rivals are set to go head-to-head in an e-gaming tournament.
A North-east man has helped his university reach the next round of a prestigious TV quiz show.
A historic and much-loved student parade is to return to the streets of Aberdeen today.
Smart benches – which can charge phones and laptops – are to be installed in Aberdeen city centre.
Here’s the shortlist for the Rising Star category sponsored by Robert Gordon University. Sonya Angus: Gifts, Furniture and Interiors Dream Beauty Studio Debbi – Papeterie Crafts
Talks are under way to reposition a bus stop further away from a university, to better suit vulnerable travellers.
A student initiative which hopes to create libraries in rural communities in Nigeria is appealing for book donations to help set up the scheme.
Aberdeen football legend Denis Law is to be awarded an honorary degree from a city university.
A new zero waste community cafe is getting ready to open its doors in an Aberdeen community.
More than 1,400 primary school pupils descended on the Sports Village to celebrate a unique sports and health project for children in the Granite City.
University management students in Aberdeen have raised a five-figure sum for charities.
An architecture student has been awarded an industry commendation for her work "Mirrored Pavilion".
A film screening is set to take place in Aberdeen to help mark Mental Health Awareness Week.
Letters by an Aberdeen suffragette will be given new prominence thanks to more than £8,000 of grant funding.